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Articles from The Birmingham Post (England) (November 9, 2002)

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'No bad faith on job suspension'. 177
460 jobs go as furniture store closes. 190
ABB to slash jobs for restructuring. 269
An attitude that's worth remembering. 196
Appointments: Building society bosses. 417
Appointments: Quality of firm's management key to success. 445
Archive. 168
Archive: Birthdays. 223
Archive: On This Day. 233
Arts News: Hagrid the not so horrible. 413
Arts News: They're still so wild about Harry; It's back to school for Harry Potter and pals as they prepare to do battle with dark forces in The Chamber of Secrets. Alison Jones finds out how the three young stars of the film have coped with being part of the Potter phenomenon. 1466
Beauty row stops mother being stoned. 198
Birmingham Post short story competition. 342
Blair admits 'slip up' over terror warning. 479
Blueprint is legacy of outgoing president; Vision for China: All eyes on retiring Communist Party chief Jiang Zemin. 365
Bonnie and Clyde stabbing pair jailed. 371
Brave mother helped cage 'a very nasty man' Cedric Brown rose from being a petty crook to become one of Birmingham's ten most wanted criminals. Crime Reporter John Revill examines how he was brought to justice. 560
BSkyB is back in the black. 409
Bubbly all round - that'll be the day! 333
Business school quest for the best. 644
Calls flood in to help police trap rapist. 93
Charles's viaduct still in the balance. 439
Conservatives lose majority. 145
Cricket: Caddick inspires battling England; Fast bowler ends frustration to puts Aussies on slide. 800
Cricket: England fight on as Giles delivers. 674
Cricket: Kallis puts skids under Sri Lanka. 528
Cricket: Powell ready to bat on as captain. 338
Dental work drills a hole in the pocket; Peter Axon continues his series on insurance with a look at dental plans. 751
Devil worshipper throttled mother. 365
Eyes and ears on the Burlington during the Press Ball. 1027
Fighting floods with commonsense. 261
Five pence per week can save theatre. 314
Football: Baggies raise survival stakes; BOLTON v WEST BROMWICH ALBION. 837
Football: Blackburn keeping an eye on Sutton's star of future. 502
Football: Brewers' ambition secures Reddington's signature. 577
Football: Causeway's giant start hailed by delighted Dernham. 331
Football: Cheltenham wary of up-and-down Stockport; SECOND DIVISION. 168
Football: Day Birmingham banished all thoughts of depression with a sweet taste of London's pride; Brian Halford on a Birmingham City side which defied the odds at Stamford Bridge. 1552
Football: Delighted Ranieri boasts of Cole's hot credentials. 688
Football: Ferguson relishes resumption of hostilities. 430
Football: Foe smells blood in giant encounter; THEPREMIERSHIP. 717
Football: Foster ready to take strike; THIRD DIVISION. 344
Football: Happy-travelling Shrews looking for home comfort. 219
Football: Highflying Lambs see close encounter. 487
Football: In distant days when mankind could still smile. 741
Football: Langford aids depleted Oldbury; MIDLANDALLIANCE. 398
Football: Lee happy with Saddlers's stiff roadshow test. 583
Football: Megson's homefire burning; Don Megson, father of Albion manager Gary, has made it a real family affair since his arrival as a scout at The Hawthorns. Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad hears from Megson senior how the wheel has turned full circle. 2158
Football: Morrison poised to break drought. 803
Football: Never-say-die Blues waiting for back-up. 727
Football: Only time will tell if Small fits the bill. 166
Football: Reds still on alert for striker moves after Quiggin swoop; Dr MARTENSWESTERN. 372
Football: Reform still tops McAllister's agenda; NATIONWIDE LEAGUEDIVISION ONE. 483
Football: Relaxed King puts his faith in Bucks squad; NATIONWIDE CONFERENCE. 226
Football: Rivals lock horns over Elmes; Dr MARTENSPREMIER. 401
Football: Roberts strikes warning note; Baggies' striker Jason Roberts talks to Chief Football Writer Hyder Jawad. 1097
Football: Robinson braced for tougher times. 174
Football: Rough gem Johnson's shining start at Studley; MIDLANDALLIANCE. 358
Football: Smith exit no surprise to Busst. 177
Football: Take Owen as your inspiration, McClaren urges shot-shy Boro strikers; PREMIERSHIP ROUND-UP. 445
Football: Taylor seeks smooth run. 726
Football: Three and easy can do it for Atherstone. 375
Football: Tigana urged to end uncertainty with new Fulham deal. 529
Football: Tough homecoming for globetrotter Ardiles; The former Tottenham legend talks to Brian Homewood about life as a manager in Argentina. 1096
Football: United act over Stam debt amid Lazio crisis. 326
Football: Venables looking dressing-room unity. 452
Football: Victim of the game's system; writes Hyder Jawad Mark Delaney knows the downside to a millionaire lifestyle is being disposable,. 1374
Football: Wolves urged to keep momentum. 419
Footballer shot. 88
Funding seminar: Small firms find out about diversification cash. 170
GOLF: Montgomerie has Cabrera in his sights. 666
GOLF: Qualifying school hitch. 149
Hands-on experience wins 4x4. 219
Head arrested in exam paper 'irregularities'1. 214
Health: On the pulse - No more painful visits to the dentist. 787
Health: Time to get more oral about a silent cancer; Lung cancer may be the Cinderella disease as far as research funding is concerned, but oral cancer is one branch of the disease where less is heard - despite incidence growing at an alarming rate. Andrew Davies looks at how dentists are contributing to the fight against a disease where early detection can save lives. 1764
HOCKEY: Cannock's chance to improve title claim. 449
How Ernie got his licence to print money; Goldfinger: The name's Bond - Premium Bond. 291
How the city will remember. 110
I want more, insists Mayo. 428
ICE HOCKEY: Blaze set for big-name opponents as Superleague nears end. 394
IRA 'spy ring' man released. 135
Life lottery: Camelot boss's struggle. 170
Memories of a smile: Prince follows footsteps of poets and his grandmother. 158
Milly car eliminated from murder hunt. 166
Minister sees new 999 cars. 85
Mourners pay tribute to lawyer killed by bomb; Family, friends and colleagues of Tim Arnold gathered to celebrate a remarkable life that was ended by a senseless act of terrorism, reports Richard McComb. 745
MP wants inquiry into army rape claim. 342
National Trust signs up number three million. 281
Nato pounds 95bn defence bill wasted, says Robertson. 276
Not all the world's a stage for the backroom brigade; The world of television and film is not all glamour and six-figure salaries. Chief Feature Writer Paul Groves goes behind the scenes and looks at a fund set up to help those who have devoted their lives to both industries. 973
On the outside looking in. 576
One of city's 'most wanted' gets eight years for vicious burglary. 457
Personal Finance: After mourning: Guide to life and death issues. 212
Personal Finance: Bankrupts get chance to start again. 295
Personal Finance: Company pension fund assets down pounds 60bn. 381
Personal Finance: Investors warned over-hyped bond funds may be disaster. 406
Personal Finance: Mixed reception for pegging of interest rate. 195
Personal Finance: Rise and rise of the UK Woopies. 412
Personal Finance: Status symbols? I'll take the cash, thank you . . . 781
Perspective: The Iron Angle - A little less conversation - a little more action; Birmingham City Council under scrutiny with a slant. 621
Plane gun charge. 103
Policies, not personalities plea by IDS. 137
Polly goes polar for latest air adventure. 573
Prefab owners to celebrate. 85
Property: River deep and mountain high; Helen Macklin finds herself among lush pastureland, unspoilt hills and unrivalled riding and walking country that surrounds an idyllic property - not too far from the Midlands. 821
Racing: Pole Star lights up Doncaster. 367
Recalling Bali victim Tim with fondness. 249
Record rise for price of houses. 614
RUGBY UNION: Dallaglio faces ultimate test; The countdown to the World Cup starts today, says. 789
Rugby Union: England plan for Blacks' eclipse. 818
Rugby Union: Ireland see ill-prepared Australia ripe for upset; IRELAND v AUSTRALIA. 644
RUGBY UNION: Kronfeld aims to seize rare starting opportunity; PREMIERSHIP. 352
Rugby Union: Moffat delight as dream comes true; SCOTLAND v ROMANIA. 514
Rugby Union: Resilient Randell completes recovery. 447
Rugby Union: Williams warms to Fijian threat; WALES v FIJI. 534
Saddam has one week to stop war. 490
St Modwen rumoured to be keen on portfolio. 383
Stanley cashes in on the punters. 269
Stars back campaign. 110
State benefits rarely provide a substitute income during illness. 541
Suicide fears over crowded jails. 340
Surreal day for planespotters. 283
That was the Footsie week that was. 273
The Birmingham Post Comment: Costs of education. 247
The Birmingham Post Comment: Focus on policies not personalities. 240
The Birmingham Post Comment: Theme for Today. 162
The Business Profile: Steel under the blood-red lipstick. 1216
The week in pictures. 149
Tory leader's long week finishes with visit to city; A week of internal strife for the Conservative Party ended with Iain Duncan Smith forsaking London for the regions. Chief Reporter Paul Dale breakfasted with the Tory leader at Birmingham's Burlington Hotel. 758
Tourists snub best of Britain. 126
Trump plays tax card. 129
UK trade gap narrows. 286
University head raps Whitehall over debt. 439
US sends Marines to hunt for al-Qaida. 335
Vivendi gets a blockage. 132
We have the wrong man, says poll. 384
We still have to talk, Blair tells Gibraltar. 533
Weekend: And the beat goes on Weekend; The first hit parade was released 50 years ago in the NME and though the chart itself remains virtually unchanged, the way songs clamber up to the number one slot has altered beyond recognition. Richard McComb reports. 1957
Weekend: Antiques and collecting - Age-old coins which will to go for a mint; Harry Hawkes laments the dispersal of a coin collection which has direct links with the Boulton and Watt families who helped to found the city's prosperity. 1157
Weekend: Antiques and collecting - Collecting Diary. 257
Weekend: Antiques and collecting - Colourful views of everyday life; Richard Edmonds finds images of Japanese life found in tea chests redefined artists' use of colour. 1075
Weekend: Archive - A real row for all seasons; Chris Upton discovers how the rural tranquillity of Summer Row was disturbed when industry came to town. 1063
Weekend: Archive - Seedy strip given a radical face lift; Ross Reyburn discovers the challenge of keeping the past while forging a bright future for Summer Row. 776
Weekend: Books - City's writers in whole new light. 189
Weekend: Books - The party of all parties; Ready, Steady, Go! Swinging London and the Invention of Cool. By Shawn Levy (Fourth Estate, pounds 17.99) & Song & Dance Man III --The Art of Bob Dylan. By Michael Gray (Continuum, pounds 15.99). Reviewed by Ross Reyburn. 1097
Weekend: Books - Treasure trove of Stones unearthed; Rolling With The Stones . By Bill Wyman (Dorling Kindersley pounds 30) Reviewed by Andrew Cowen. 536
Weekend: Books - Walk into the world of reality; Unless. (Fourth Estate, pounds 16.99. Reviewed by Marianne Nault. 424
Weekend: Culture - Anniversary marked with British celebration. 228
Weekend: Culture - CD Reviews. 638
Weekend: Culture - Classical CDs, Moran's keys to distinction. 1748
Weekend: Culture - Mountainous no more but still large. 273
Weekend: Culture - Suede not allowed to forget illustrious past. 243
Weekend: Fifty years of Pop - The original crooner; He started it all with a song from the heart. Al Martino talks to Richard McComb about his role in the birth of the pop charts. 1579
Weekend: Fifty years of pop - You can tell everybody this is my song; Local celebrities tell Richard McComb what their first and favourite records are. 1072
Weekend: Firty Years of Pop - Money for nothing, but the hits aren't free. 828
Weekend: Food - Side Orders Audio guidance for junior masterchefs. 373
Weekend: Food - The myth of Mrs Beeton the first domestic goddess; Far from being a stuffy matriarch in a starched apron, Mrs Beeton was the Nigella of her day. Only she couldn't cook. Caroline Foulkes looks at the life of one of Britain's most influential and misrepresented cooks. 1413
Weekend: Gardening - DIY column: shelve storage problems. 633
Weekend: Gardening - Expert guidance to start a new chapter; With Christmas just around the corner, the bookshop could well be the first port of call for any gardening-mad friends or relations. reviews the year's best books Hannah Stephenson. 742
Weekend: Gardening - Plant of the week. 181
Weekend: Gardening chores. 231
Weekend: Pastimes: Bridge. 326
Weekend: Pastimes: Chess. 456
Weekend: Pastimes: Rambling - Views make the miles fly by. 1090
Weekend: Travel - Heaven for a hedonist; The all-inclusive deal never appealed to Features Editor Jess Hybert. But nine days of pampering turned her into a convert. 2147
Weekend: Travel - Stunning scenery in a verdant corner of Spain. 734
Weekend: Travel - The ultimate weekend break; A couple of nights away in Mauritius don't come cheap, but for the cash-rich, time-poor generation a short trip to the tropical island is now possible thanks to regular flights. 952
Weekend: Travel: Passport to travel - Cruise luxury not what you bargained for? 739
What type of risk-taker are you? 198
Who'll bleat loudest over toll road tariff? 324
Why city centre dancers live safely in lap of luxury. 289
Wraps off: Cadbury family commemorated with first blue plaques. 130
Zimbabwe bans Blair in tit-for-tat move. 87

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